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Atrial premature contraction

Atrial premature contraction originates from any part of the atrium other than the sinoatrial node. About 60% of normal adults have atrial premature contraction after 24-hour ECG detection. Atrial premature contraction can occur in patients with various organic heart diseases, which is often a precursor of tachyarrhythmia.


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